Anastasia Charalampi

Teaching staff (ESPA)

Anastasia Charalampi is currently an adjunct lecturer (academic scholarship) and a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Social Policy, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences teaching undergraduate courses in Statistics. She holds a B.Sc. from the Department of Political Science and Public Administration, the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, and a M.Sc. and a Ph.D. from the Department of Social Policy, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. Her publications and research interests focus on issues of social research methodology and attitude scaling. 

She participates in the research program “Safe At Work”, a project on men’s beliefs on sexual harassment in the workplace and was a research assistant at the Epidemiology and Psychosocial Research Unit of the University Mental Health Research Institute. She has participated in the research programs: “Harassment in the workplace of the public sector”; “Greece and South Europe: Investigating political trust to institutions, social trust and human values, 2002-2017” (co-financed by Greece and the European Social Fund- ESF); “European pilot survey Eurograduate” (Panteion University); “Negotiate”-Horizon 2020 (The University of Basel); “Health Behaviour in School-aged Children” (University Mental Health Research Institute).

She is the first author of papers published in peer reviewed international and national journals and chapters in peer reviewed collective works. She has presented her research at peer reviewed international, regional and national conferences and workshops. Moreover, she is a member of the Reviewer College of the International Journal of Social Research Methodology and serves as a reviewer for the Icelandic Research Fund and for the international journals: Communications in Statistics: Case Studies Data Analysis and Applications, Health Education Journal, Journal of Anxiety Disorders, Addictive Behaviors, Drug and Alcohol Dependence and Frontiers in Psychology.


Social Statistics